Marine Biology | Other Plant Sciences
TIny phytoplankton organisms known as dinoflagellates can accumulate and cause toxic blooms that can kill fish and even make people ill. It's rare in Long Island Sound but can happen. What drives this phenomenon? Professor Hans G. Dam and his lab team explain in this easy-to-understand article.
Dam, Hans G. Ph.D.; Finiguerra, Michael; Senft-Batoh, Christina; and Flores, Haley, "What Controls Toxic Phytoplankton Blooms in Long Island Sound?" (2011). Wrack Lines. Paper 67.